Many Italians describe tiramisu as “a piece of paradise in your mouth” … and I couldn’t agree more! It is undeniably the most irresistible dessert in the world! It’s rich, creamy, and very decadent, yet light enough to be served after a satisfying meal. With just a few simple ingredients and techniques, I’ll show you in this step-by-step tutorial, how to make an authentic tiramisu.
Unlike certain things in life, these simple, 5-ingredient peanut butter cookies are uncomplicated. Just mix, roll, crisscross, and bake. What I love most about this recipe – other than they taste great – is that they will never lose their traditional crisscross shape, or their raggedy edges after they are baked.
These tender, eggless, not-too-sweet cookies are made with walnuts, honey and orange, and are lightly spiced with ground cinnamon and cloves. The sweetness is balanced out with a thin glaze of icing sugar. They are easy to prepare and can be made up to several weeks in advance without being frozen.
If you have ever made Marcella Hazan’s glorious butter and onion tomato sauce, then you know that it can take a bit of time to make (even though it is considered to be the simplest of her sauce recipes). It tastes phenomenal, but I would rather save it for a Sunday dinner. Here is a ‘weeknight version‘ that’s ready in half the time of the original recipe. The sauce is cooked at a higher temperature but the butter and onion flavours still shine through.